New year wishes

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IMPHAL, December 31: The Governor of Manipur, Gurbachan Jagat has in a press note wished the people of Manipur on the occasion of New Year`s Day, 2013. “The year 2012 with all its trials and tribulations has passed leaving all of us a year older. New Year`s Day is an occasion when we make new resolutions for the coming year. While entering 2013, we should advance keeping always our goals fixed on what we want for ourselves and for our State Manipur in the future, learning from our past experiences. We should reaffirm our resolve to supporting the forces of harmony and solidarity irrespective of the differences of caste, creed, language and religion and fight and defeat the evil designs of destructive and divisive forces for a better Manipur and ourselves,” the message said.

Chief Minister, O. Ibobi in his message said that the New Year is an opportunity to make a fresh beginning and to renew the resolve to strive for individual as well as collective well-being. “As we enter a new year, let us work with unity and dedication to make Manipur a more peaceful and prosperous State. May the year 2013 bring prosperity, health and happiness to all of us,”it said.

Deputy Chief Minister Gaikhangam wished for the ability to overtake various unwanted incidents that took place in 2012. “There is a mix feeling of different issues, happiness etc. Tomorrow will be a new year and we have to commit to welcoming the coming New Year with blessings and prayers for peace and harmony without violence.”

Saying that the government will take action regarding the Ukhrul incident, he said that it is commendable that the group responsible for the incident has claimed its mistake and asked for forgiveness. “There are so many ways to express our anguish and there are many democratic ways and style to get these goals. In launching a movement we should think of whether we can control its consequences or not. More often than not an issue is started by a particular person. The burning of Ukhrul DC’s vehicle by mob was an avoidable and unfortunate incident,” he said.

The Deputy CM Gaikhangam and the Inner Manipur Parliamentary Constituency Member ,T Meinya has sent in their wishes on the occasion of the New Year, 2013.

Gaikhangam  appealed for the ability to overtake various unwanted incidents that took place in 2012. “There is a mix feeling of different issues, happiness etc. Tomorrow will be a new year and we have to commit to welcoming the coming new year with blessings and prayers for peace and harmony without violence.”

Saying that the government will take action regarding the Ukhrul incident, he said that it is commendable that the group responsible for the incident has claimed its mistake and asked for forgiveness. “There are so many ways to express our anguish and there are many democratic ways and style to get these goals. In launching a movement we should think of whether we can control its consequences or not. More often than not an issue is started by a particular person. The burning of Ukhrul DC’s vehicle by mob was an avoidable and unfortunate incident,” he said.

Inner Manipur MP, Dr Thokchom Meinya in his New Year message said, “Let us work together towards achieving a better life in the State in the coming years. Let the Almighty God bless all of us a Happy and Prosperous New Year 2013.”

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